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The silver on the coffee pot is as follows: On top a lion

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The silver mark on the coffee pot is as follows:
On top a lion
Below is a fated mark could be a face of a Tiger? Next is the mark of the silversmith
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J W
on the right of the silversmiths mark is a “fancy A”
Below is a profile portrait of a woman.
Would be most greatfull for your help.

My name is ***** ***** I'd love to help.
Use the +Add Files feature next to the SEND button to upload photos of the coffee pot, including the marks you mentioned.
The feature works best when you add ONE picture, put a word in the text box, hit send, then do the next.

Customer: replied 1 month ago.
I am having difficulties sending a picture of the silver marks, can I send it directly to your email?

You can email the files to***@******.*** with
"for rarewares" in the subject line of the email and they
will forward them to me within 48 hours.

This is a sterling silver tea set made in London by

John, Ed*****, *****er & John Barnard (Barnard & Sons) on the year 1836.

These marks on the bottom include the city, duty mark and date code to confirm all of this.

The set has a value of 2500 to 3000GBP.

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